San Diego County is grappling with a significant influx of migrants, with Supervisor Jim Desmond shedding light on the startling figure of nearly 17,000 individuals dropped off in the county over the past four weeks. The surge has prompted discussions at the local level, including a recent vote that approved three million dollars in county funding for addressing the issue. Supervisor Desmond, however, opposed the allocation, emphasizing his stance that local tax dollars should not be spent on what he deems a federal matter.
Supervisor Jim Desmond revealed the challenging reality faced by San Diego County, stating that an. . .